Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Playin', Playin' In the Band

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(I am still kicking myself for not getting the names of all the wonderful artisans at the crafts fair so I can give them proper credit - next time I go for sure!)
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29 comments:

Maribeth said...

Those are fabulous!

Mommy, I'm Home said...

How fun!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

These are great, Robin! Very cool .

Thom said...

Those are just wonderful :)

Titanium said...

These little dudes are so ALIVE! They're threatening to dance right off the page and on to my desk.

kaye said...

how fun :)

Dimple said...

Cute! Much better than the commercial they remind me of...

Anonymous said...

Looks like New Orleans. I can hear the music. Will be looking for the artist's name(s). Thanks for sharing.
Linda

caite said...

I love how they are so bright against the background.

dianne - bunny trails said...

Those are so fun!! Love this shot! :D

Sukhmandir Kaur said...

Very whimsical so full of motion you can almost hear the tunes.

Stan said...

I like that. There is a creative artist behind it and you got the lighting just right in your photo.

Grandma said...

Sure you didn't take that in New Orleans? I can hear the music now.

My WW: Stacked

Susan said...

Beautiful and fun looking too! Happy WW. I'm up too.

Auntie E said...

Oh I love them, great finds. Music sooth the soul, so they say...Just looking at those everyday would sooth mine.

My WW link for you

maryt/theteach said...

This is a wonderful shot! Put it up in your Etsy shopand it'll sell, I'm sure! Yes I do forget to get names at fairs and cemeteries... Ha! :)

Susan Adcox said...

I love the way they've each got a foot cocked in the air--except for the bass player, who has a bigger instrument to manage. I have a diabolical cat that I bought at a festival, and it makes me smile every time I look at it, after thirty years. I hope you get that much enjoyment out of your little band.

Julia Smith said...

My aunt and uncle would love these! They have a few musician figures in their music room.

happily retired gal said...

These are wonderful ;-)
Hugs and blessings,

Daryl said...

Sweet .. I am sure I would have spent a lot of money at that crafts event

catsynth said...

Cute band figures.

It reminds me a lot of the menorah we use and wrote about last year.
http://www.ptank.com/blog/2009/12/weekend-cat-blogging-hannukah/

Quite a resemblance, in fact!

Beth F said...

Aren't they fabulous! Wow. I just love them.

Julia Smith said...

Robin - drop by my place tomorrow - I'll have a bigger version of the driftwood photo posted, as I'm featuring my uncle's art work for my Thursday Thirteen.

Robin said...

Cool, thanks Julia.

Tara R. said...

So whimsical and fun! Very cute figures.

Genny said...

What a cool shot, Robin. I absolutely love this!

Tara said...

Those are absolutely wonderful! I love them!!

Happy Wordless Wednesday.

bermudabluez said...

I just love whimsical things! Sounds like my kind of street fair!! What a great shot!!

Mimi said...

They're gorgeous!
I too wish that you'd got the name of the crafts-person- those would make a lovely present for any musician.